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Posted 5/2/08

izickree wrote:


SixthSpade wrote:
Wow.. You completely avoid the other persons arguments in order to try to get a point that has already been proven wrong.. You know I'm a resident of the United States don't you..? California, which is one of the most democratic states in America.. Have you ever wondered why a large number of people from foreign countries are given names in English..? Only the foreign names that are able to be pronounced in English are kept..


I think you are confusing pronunciation with spelling.
Of course one would have to change one's name using the English alphabet considering that many countries use different writing systems.

I am not avoiding your argument. I am providing counter-arguments.
My points prove your points wrong because
you are saying that you need to have a name that can be pronounced in English
I have provided examples against you.

However, your points do not prove mine wrong because what I have said are facts and have already happened.



Look.. If you're so convinced that America's gonna let you name your kid anything, than I'll give you two options..
Go to Africa, return, have a kid, and name him *Click, click, snap* or
have a kid and name him something without vowels like "Pxqdglk"
Posted 5/2/08
Isn't this suppost to be a forum games ?
Posted 5/2/08
Animaniacs lol
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Posted 5/2/08

izickree wrote:


SixthSpade wrote:
Wow.. You completely avoid the other persons arguments in order to try to get a point that has already been proven wrong.. You know I'm a resident of the United States don't you..? California, which is one of the most democratic states in America.. Have you ever wondered why a large number of people from foreign countries are given names in English..? Only the foreign names that are able to be pronounced in English are kept..


I think you are confusing pronunciation with spelling.
Of course one would have to change one's name using the English alphabet considering that many countries use different writing systems.

I am not avoiding your argument. I am providing counter-arguments.
My points prove your points wrong because
you are saying that you need to have a name that can be pronounced in English
I have provided examples against you.

However, your points do not prove mine wrong because what I have said are facts and have already happened.



Ur arguments right from my point of view. The only birth name law i have ever seen is from germany where the name must reflect the gender. Most of my family from Burma have impossible names to pronounce that were never changed. Most Foreigners change names in order to adapt to american culture and to reflect the new "life" they've started. After all, most come because their first way of life sucked monkey ballz...
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Posted 5/4/08
emina lol ^^ XP
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Minea
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Posted 3/27/09
Heyy..
My name is Emina..
omg wow..anime-emina
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